M.A. in Subject Communication in Assessment & Evaluation

Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University

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  • Master
  • Distance learning
  • Nashik

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Where and when

Starts Location
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Dnyangangotri Near Gangapur Dam, 422222, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

Course - I : Growth and Philosophy of
Distance Education
A. Distance Education : Socio - Academic
1. Socio - political Issues
2. Academic Credibility
3. Social - Credibility
4. Operational Issues
B. Distance Education : Philosophical
1. Defining Distance Education
2. Philosophical Foundations - 1
3. Philosophical Foundations - 2
4. The New Learner
C. Distance Education : Socio - Academic
1. Socio - political Issues
2. Academic Issues
3. Social - Academic Credibility
4. Micro and Macro Issues
D. Growth & Philosophy of Distance Education
- A Review
1. General Introduction
2. The Development of Distance Teaching - An
Historical Prespective
3. The scope of Distance Teaching
4. Characteristics of Distance Education
5. Guided Didactic Conversation in Distance
6. Theoretical Aspects of correspondence
E. Growth and Innovations : Some Illustrations
1. Offshore Engineers, United Kingdom
2. Accion Cultural Popular, Colombia
3. Emergency Science Programme, Guyana
4. Refugees, Zambia
5. Women’s Studies, Australia
6. The Zimbabwe Integrated National Teacher
Education Course, Zimbabwe
7. Minorities, United States of America
8. Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University,Thailand

Course - II : Communication Modes in
1. Communication process
2. The Effective Educational Communication
3. Instructional Modes in Higher Education
4. Face to Face Methods of Instruction
5. Instructional Audio Programmes
6. The New Horizons : Instructional Video and
Instructional Programming
7. Instructional Print Materials
8. Multiple Communication Patterns in Distance
Course - III : Instructional Systems Design
1. The Systems Approach to Education
2. Education, Instruction and Training
3. The Nature of Learning : Some Viewpoints
4. Models and Analyses for Instructional Design
5. What is an Instructional Design
6. Objectives and How to write them
7. The Syllabus
Appendix I - A profile of Distance Education
Appendix II - Cognitive Domain
Appendix III - Curriculum Clarity Formats
Appendix IV - Checklist for Writing Objectives
Appendix V - Programme Monitor - Forms
Course - IV : Assessment and Evaluation
1. Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation
2. Approach to Education and Examinations
3. The Basis of Assessment
4. Measurement in Education
5. Type of tests and Examinations
6. Development of Tests and Multiple Choice Items
7. Test and Item Analysis.
8. Test Scores and what they Mean
9. Principles and mechanics of grading
10. Question Banking
11. Mastery Learning and Testing
12. What is Evaluation
13. The Purposes and Goals of Evaluation
14. Evaluation Models and Approaches
15. Issues in Evaluation Studies

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